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  • Look up a recipe for Portabllo Mushroom Burgers. It is pretty easy to do and the Mushroom replaces the Meat. She may like that.
  • Welcome to the site and those Bombs looked awesome!
  • They sure look good! I love Hotdogs and have eaten them all my life> i am partial to Chicago Dogs as I was born and raised on them and worked in Chicago so hit a lot of stands working. I love Sausage also and remember Jimmy's Maxwell Street Polis…
  • Don't make it more work then it really is just use Kosher Salt and Black pepper rub after you tie it up as round as you can get it. Place it on a rack on top of a 9" X 13" pan. You want it high on the pan so the heat circulates all around the roast.…
  • This is the recipe that I used for the Burnt Ends and they turned out awesome. Smoked Pork Belly Burnt Ends     Ingredients For the Pork Belly Burnt Ends: * 5 lbs pork belly, sliced into cubes * 3 tbsp extra virgi…
  • I have made these 7up Biscuits several times now and they are easy and awesome good. The Best 7-up Biscuits   7 Up Biscuits 4 cups Bisquick 1 cup sour cream 1 cup 7-up 1/2 cup melted butter   Melt butter and p…
  • I am going to have to make these again. Wife and I loved them the last time and now I see this post and get to urge to make some. These look awesome good for sure!
  • I have a 36"X 22" Flat Top Griddle from Academy Sports! I love it as it gives me plenty of room to cook my Potatoes, Onions, Green Peppers and Mushrooms on one end and the Eggs, Bacon or Sausage on the other end. It has four burners and runs on Prop…
  • That looks very tender and juicy!
  • The one and most important part of reheating the Spiral Ham is to tie it up tight so the slices do not open up. Wrap it up tight in foil and add some 7up or Sprite to it before you close the foil. They have a tendency to dry out if not tied and cove…
  • I did a seven pound prime rib roast at 250 degrees to 110 degrees internal and it took about 4 hours. The main thing with these is to get them tied up as round as you can get them. I followed site and it came out perfect. Cut the bon…
  • I have been using Myron Mixon's method for doing the Pork Butts which is an injection mixture and then a Rub. Works fine and the Butts turn out awesome for me.
  • Having been married for 48 years and retired I have to think pretty hard about what to get my wife for Christmas or Anniversary. Last year I got her a Portillo's Hotdog Kit which is eight hotdogs and all the extras to make Chicago Style hotdogs. For…
  • I have the Turkey pout of the brine and injected under the skin with butter and a little rub on it. It is now in the Roaster cooking. The sides will be Sweet Potato Casserole, Green Bean Casserole, Scalloped Corn, Pistachio Jello Salad, Mashed Potat…
  • Congratulations on the win! First time out and you win the Overall it must have been really good!
  • That stuff is like eating the finest candy money can buy. I made it once and will again but not to often as it is fat. God was that stuff good though.
  • I have his book to read and as far as classes I can come on here two three times a day and learn all kinds of things about BBQ.
  • Most likely work fine when you get it cleaned up and ready for use. Good find for sure.
  • You may be able to get it here!ünchen-3?osq=Butchers
  • ninnymugs said: I know it is still a ways out, but I am wanting to practice. Since I have an egg now, I have been tasked with smoking the turkey. I am super excited to do this for the family. I know I will be brining the bird. From there I am o…
  • kl8ton said: I need another 36" blackstone.  Last night was full load of veggies, then full load of Jimmy Deans breakfast sausage (maybe 10 tubes), then a full load of cubed chicken breast.  Still it was all done in under an hour, but it would …
  • I didn't need one either but when I went onto Academy Sports one of there's grabbed me and forced me to take her home. I do love cooking on it when I do and think of all the dinners I can do on it.
  • I had one at the Dodge Dealer when I was getting my oil changed. They came out and told me my High Pressure Fuel pump was leaking. I have a Diesel 2500 with the Cummin's. They brought me out an estimate and it read $5250.00 for the pump and $600.00 …
  • I am not going to pay him $700.00 for three days of BBQ instruction. I can get that here on this site or off the internet and save my $700.00.
  • I was up in Northern Minnesota fish and they kept tell the brother-in-law and I to try the Pasties (sp) so we did. It was boiled pork and potatoes in a turnover and after a couple bites I told the brother-in-law there wasn't enough ketchup in all of…
  • The best thing to do for those Chops is to grab a brine off the computer and brine them for about 3-4 hours then rinse them off and put them on the egg direct at about 450=500 for about 2-1/2 to 3 min. a side. Don't over cook them and they will be t…
  • Man I made those a couple weeks ago and they were awesome good. Will do them again for sure.
  • I'm sorry I couldn't watch that. I bring it in let it rest for a bit then slice it. I eat that fat layer he scrapped off along with the meat underneath.
  • Welcome to the site! You will have a ton of questions and these guys will have all the answers. Now get some meat and do some cooking.
  • There is a book out called "Never Put Ketchup on a Hotdog" great read about the Chicago Hotdog stands and the people who ran them.
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